Consider the question your asking google. If there’s a money trail, the answers you’re getting are likely useless.
Books may win yet another battle over free web articles.
If you ask,
“Do I need an attorney for XYZ” The answer is ALWAYS yes, because every attorney website will pop up giving you free “helpful” advice for why you need one.
“Do I need an electrician to wire up an outlet?” Pay up! Of course you do, you don’t want to be electrocuted, right?! Don’t worry about how you can do it yourself.
The point is, if doing it yourself requires no one, there’s no money in that, and you’ll never get the real answer.
When it comes to free advice, you often get what you pay for (TruthCake excluded!).
For all you entrepreneurs, there’s a monster gap right now in unbiased consultative services that empower people.
If you want to learn to do simple taxes yourself, almost no CPA will teach you.
If you want to set up a corporation, no lawyer will explain that you don’t even need it.
If you want to sell your house, the real estate agent won’t tell you that you could sell it faster yourself.
Granted, some YouTube videos empower people, but when it comes to advanced stuff where there’s a big market to charge someone, the chances of finding those videos that really empower you start dwindling. It’s too easy to fall to the dark side and fear monger people into paying for your product.